Servings: 6 to 8
The sweet, subtle flavor of star anise gives this comforting braise an exotic twist. I like to season the brisket with a fragrant spice rub a day before braising so that the intense flavors work their way into the meat. To really amp up the flavor of the brisket, broil it to a deep caramel color before you braise it. For the braising liquid, use an assertive red wine, such as Zinfandel or Syrah.
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user-5451760 The recipe for the carrots is listed separately. It's a side dish. Honey-Glazed Rainbow Carrots with Cinnamon and Cumin
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